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Pronunciation of Relishes: Learn how to pronounce Relishes in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word relish:

noun
1 [mass noun] great enjoyment:
she swigged a mouthful of wine with relish
liking for or pleasurable anticipation of something:
I was appointed to a post for which I had little relish
2a piquant sauce or pickle eaten with plain food to add flavour:
use salsa as a relish with grilled meat or fish
3 archaic an appetizing flavour:
the tired glutton finds no relish in the sweetest meat
a distinctive taste or tinge:
the relish of wine
verb
[with object]
1enjoy greatly:
he was relishing his moment of glory
anticipate with pleasure:
we did not relish the idea of a strike
2 archaic make pleasant to the taste; add relish to:
I have also a novel to relish my wine
Derivatives
relishable
adjective
Origin:
Middle English: alteration of obsolete reles, from Old French reles ‘remainder’, from relaisser ‘to release’. The early noun sense was ‘odour, taste’ giving rise to ‘appetizing flavour, piquant taste’ (mid 17th century), and hence relish (sense 2 of the noun) (late 18th century)